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Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special

Blaqbook The Podcast

05:42 min | 7 months ago

Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special

"Was good people. It's your boy richie rich against the men and welcome to another episode of black book. The podcast today. We'll go full house joy. I'm buying my man. Kill someone. Sanchez was going on people. Romy romy miss fi fi and this is a christmas special time of year where everyone gets. Merry bit wavy because chocolate chocolate on the menu. What's game on kobe plan. And just by the time of year well families get together quite big insane coaches not so much in others but of course when asked to solve with his. What does christmas mean to you. Want to start off well. I'm the biggest christmas fan. Hey i'm sorry about family. Food presents the food again. Food alcohol six and the baby still ahead okay. So what are we talking about them. My family is everything. No now say wa- table comes hinder eighteen tech. He got the lamb. Got the geest. Got the pheasant that runs across the road against everything so you have to make sure everybody on the tables causes to some mac and cheese and because over the years. Vegetarians have come into the family. Annex shifts piece of squashed on the table saw me to teheran than these new trends may see you accommodate all. Come on the table you know. Why rage pilots to keep everybody happy. Okay cool cool co. he's always say what's christmas like food. Food is well. Yeah we'll see what nigerian about. Gardening office definitely jello question. Those nigerian ghanaian joel a different general. I'm going to be biased. I'm going to say even nigerian going to say guardian. I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that.

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All evidence points to the Big Ten being the best league in America for a second straight season

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:43 min | 9 months ago

All evidence points to the Big Ten being the best league in America for a second straight season

"Today, turn our attention to the big ten where I have Iowa winning the regular season title while Norlander has pegged Illinois as the. Favourite and Wisconsin to finish second. So let's start there. Norrland explain to me why you're being totally disrespectful the frame McCaffrey to Luca Garza to this public research university that was founded in eighteen forty seven at CBS sports me Jerry Paul David all have Iowa in the top two but you and strong JAL cow bone have Iowa third in the big ten. Explain Yourself. This is gene wilders Al-Matar we're talking about for crying out loud. Oh, there we go. Something tells them you've been snooping around the Iowa wikipedia page. That's where I get all my goodland ACM forty, seven trivia gets on. What's the oldest institution in the Big Ten? Let's let's what do we think it is big ten rules. What's two oldest one founded first? What's our guest founded? I I'm running through right now I'm going to say it's Penn State Penn. State's your guests I'm going to go. I'M GONNA go man is a tough one I'm going to say. That's a good one. I'M GONNA say Michigan I'M GONNA Michigan sealed list no idea by the way no idea someone chips someone pleads tweet us and let us know I don't know when the oldest we could. Actually we could go and look through all the wikipedia pages in real time here. But let's let's make a fun quick podcast here you want to know why I have. Iowa. Third I'll let you WanNa know what that's what I want. That's what you want to I'll let you know that I talked with Sam visine yesterday good old Sam. Who May who may appear on this podcast remember never know it's always out there. He actually asked me where I have Iowa in my one, two, three, fifty seven and I said, well, I'm GonNa have them in the top ten but I'm actually going to have them behind. Illinois in Wisconsin. He goes. You're absolutely right and I don't know how many people are gonNA. Agree with you. But I'm with you hundred percent and the reason why is this this team has the preseason national player of the year and Luca Garza it's got a great talent and Joe Camp. Jordan bohannon terrific Khanna McCaffrey. Great. But defensively, there's enough there that are not there that I'm going to. Just sell a bit on a twenty eleven team from last season ninety, seven defensive efficiency at Ken Palm. I like Wisconsin's overall team just a smidge better smidge and I do like Illinois I think he's GonNa be the best team in the big ten. So I love that we have we need some more genuine disagreement on the podcast here I've got Illinois definitely as the as the best team in the big ten and then Wisconsin and then Iowa. But in the Grand Scheme of the sport, I, think those are three of the ten best teams in college basketball. We agree on that have Iowa fifth in the top twenty five in one. Illinois six and Wisconsin Tint So. You know. We're all in the same ballpark and I do think you can reasonably despite. My anger at the top of the podcast I do think you can reasonably have those three teams in. Any order as for Iowa. Five players last season start at least twenty games all five or back plus they get Jordan Bohannon Beck, they finish twenty third at. Kim. Tom. But they were 97th in defense of efficiency and quite clearly if you're trying to look for a reason why Iowa isn't actually going to break through and make the final four for the first time since nineteen eighty. Where you start is on the defensive side of the ball ninety seven defensive efficiency. It's hard to be great when you are that bad on the defensive end of the court,

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Questions I'm Asking Myself Before Wielding a Camera Out on the Streets

The Digital Story

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Questions I'm Asking Myself Before Wielding a Camera Out on the Streets

"Over the years I've earned a fair amount of street cred for urban photography, I've led workshops published photos and written articles. But all of that means nothing right now in any big city in America. Why because what's going on at the moment is far more important than any photo project that I may be working on to be honest. My credentials are not valid in downtown La Norrland nor Minneapolis. But that doesn't mean that I stand on the sidelines or that I can't document. What's going on I? Just need to ask myself some hard questions I. to ensure that I proceed with integrity and I have some of those questions right here I have three of them three of them that. I have to have this conversation with myself. Before I head out in start snapping away right because in all honesty, I don't WanNa be snapping away. I WANNA. Proceed with intention. Okay, so what are these three questions that I've been asking myself concerning street photography, and what is going on in the streets of America right now? First all what is to be gained by my presence, so my view is that every person who has peacefully protesting has a purpose so as a photographer. What would mind be? To be able to post. A cool image on Instagram is not a legitimate reason to be there taking pictures. I need to do better than that. In other words, my view is that everyone there peacefully, protesting or that are just part of the scene in general. If they're choosing to be there, they're choosing to be there for a reason. They have a specific reason for being there. What is my specific reason for being there? Taking pictures of them doing what they're doing? It can't be just because hey, this is something going on that I. Need to photograph and share with my friends that to me doesn't cut it because what happens to me in my mind and believe me. This is all just my process. I'm sharing with you so that you know. Maybe it will and something to your process as well, but you know what I'm thinking is then my purpose. For what I'm doing. To be on a similar level to other people's purposes that are there as well and I just need to think about that for a second you know. Why am I doing this? What is to be gained by my presence? And I asked myself that question a number of times and I have to tell you I. I haven't come up with a clear answer to it yet. I I. Really haven't. I'm not going to be you know the defining voice. Of the two thousand twenty protests in America, maybe some photographer or some writer will rise to that level. They are probably more knowledgeable about the subject than I. Am. They're probably. More immersed. In the world than I am. And therefore you know I can just take that one off the list because I know that's not going to happen. I know I'm not going to be that person now. Can I contribute in some way and I'm GonNa get to that in a second because just because I should or should not be out there. Taking pictures doesn't mean like I said in the opening, the I should be standing on the sidelines. Okay, let's get to the second question. And this is a big one for me. Am I confident that my images would send the message that I intend? I think this is a real tricky one. People are often blinded by their biases. A perfect example is someone who tells you. They don't have any right that right away. Just tells me dude or do that. You. You have vices. Trust me. You do in the fact that you think that you don't just tells me that you are blind to your own. Okay so. I acknowledge that all of us have our biases in all sorts of different areas. Now let's lay that. I think more than a possibility. Over the fact that my personal feeling is. That? We need some knowledge about our subject to actually report on it. For example. I'M NOT GONNA go out and be able to accurately report on geological uplift. in the eastern Sierra. Without really doing some research I without you know talking to people without spending some time really thinking and learning about what this is. I would have really no idea how to photograph it. You know I'm just looking at a big rock, right? A Big Rock, whereas once I learned about what happens with geological uplift, then I could photograph that big rock in a way. That tells the story of what happened. And with some luck. It would be close to being accurate based on what we know right now.

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New Orleans Saints agree to terms with QB Winston on one-year contract

Around the NFL

02:09 min | 1 year ago

New Orleans Saints agree to terms with QB Winston on one-year contract

"Yahoo Sports is Charles. Charles Robinson reports at Norrland's is finalizing a one year deal with Winston. The former buck coming off a five thousand one hundred nine yards season thirty plus touchdowns three interceptions and immediately eyebrows. Raised the idea that Winston would stay in the division. Go to the Saints. Backup drew brees. He enters the mix with Tatum Hill. Who IS SUPPOSED TO BE? And maybe still is the heir apparent To breeze so it just leads to a lot of unsolved mysteries in its own right greg your thoughts when you heard the news that Winston may be and quite possibly is headed to the saints I I wasn't shocked because I I what I did. This hashtag setup into your own comet with a big way. Why why you made your Greg sounding you often. I got it. I wasn't gonNA say anything but then mark reacted to it and I can't help myself but go ahead. I did this Saints Twitter Pot. Podcast just knew that way wolf as podcasts. Him into my buddy Adam and they were saying they were hearing. This was going to happen before the draft so they got sources on the inside and and they ended up being proven right and it makes all the sense in the world of your Jameis Winston and makes sense of. You're the saints too. I think you get a chance to get Jameis. Winston in the building for a year probably drew brees his last year. We haven't heard any financial terms the Jameis Winston deal you know was reported on before the Taste Hill extension Came out and the money that was involved. That extension came out. Part of me does wonder. Is this deal for absolute sure does did Winston know about that before he he came determines but either way he? He should do the deal. Because if he can somehow impress Sean Payton or if he can end up getting in the lineup and being as backup like Teddy Bridgewater What better place to possibly learn because damis Winstons still has a lot to learn but he also has a lot of talent a guy that throws for five thousand yards can do things in the NFL and like there's no better place to learn. Other than to undo. Breezy and Sean Payton.

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Irish voters frustrated by economy choose next leader

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Irish voters frustrated by economy choose next leader

"Thank you Ireland holds parliamentary elections day prime minister Leo Varadkar hopes to win more seats for his ruling finna gala party the poll this week shows that his party's in third place the Irish nationalists in feigned surging into the lead we're joined now from Dublin by Jennifer brave political reporter for The Irish Times thanks so much for being with us thanks so much for having me on lot of people the thought it would be a victory lap for their prime minister Barak care the economy is doing well in negotiated a brexit deal with the U. K. that avoided a hard border why would he be trailing in the polls so I think what we saw that at the start of the campaign I think most commentators knew that something was a force here so you know for decades in art and we have had this source of do Walkley basically fearful or fifty gal when the voters did not want to power they thought the other one and and I think what happened after the recession things started changing in our political landscape for years the last system in Ireland left parties have been quite fragmented while the economy is strong we have a number of social crisis so we have housing crisis we have health care crisis and we have a crisis with the cost of living in terms of housing look we we now know that rents Norrland are an all time high we know that they're around just under around ten thousand people homeless elderly people L. people are left can't get access to beds in hospitals and left wishing on trolleys for most families the cost childcare is basically a second mortgage I think people they find it a call and I think to hear this talk of the fantastic economy and you know how we turned it around but then see homeless people on the streets see addict their children moving back home because they can't afford to Roger to get on the property market and I think now there is an appetite for change and I think shin Fane are coming in on that wave Jennifer shin Fane is still associated in many American mind's eye I think with into its ties to the Irish Republican Army how should become a contender in in recent years after Gerry Adams well to be honest with you I think that after Gerry Adams stepped down as leader I married a McDonald's took over that's when a shift started in the party and I think she presents a different face to vouchers so when Gerry Adams used to go on and do and the TV debates that we have he would of course rightly always be asked about those links to the Iraqi which you always tonight and to kind of historical legacy issues in the past not to some of its not historical some of us quite present I I think when merry looked all took over she has made the campaign that those things that I've talked about housing and held on to that third they've got new faces as well they have spokespeople who are very effective and have been viewed as big standard performers in those debates I talk about and it just the shift is there what should then be able to form a government if it wins the most seats no the trend is undeniable torching thing even if they continue on they basically in our parliament our goal which we should explain that the dollars the Irish parliament yeah indeed in the art department now at to get a majority in the next all at UT eighty seats you need that majority of AC seats should it have only one forty two candidates so even if they returned every single one of those candidates which is not going to happen they cannot form a government that's where the focus will move next week focus today's people out costing cussing they're both party turned out is quite high it's our first Saturday election in century on stand by one day the focus will turn completely to how do you form a government on these

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"norrland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"norrland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Beating everyone to the puck is going to be Alex Maynard is a rush by airforce doubt at center ice by the great parties lose grant Meyer lost their Meyer playing for the first time in awhile he's been out with an ankle injury Maynard will send it in and pays the price as he slammed into at center right the park is loose to the right of the goaltender Barshefsky right along the goal line stick battle there in the middle of that is Bennett normally you'll try ran comes over to help out the groups have the numbers on that Steve peels away with the puck listed into the air and pitching wedge is it all the way up the ice and enticing on the home team okay so far it's been all Air Force in this game shots on goal six for airforce just one for can you just the falcons have the one zero lead on that goal by freshman Bennett Norrland but he loved the way the falcons are playing right now they're not spending much time in their own end they're getting punked out quickly getting I mean of course it's another offense of zone faceoff this is look manning against Ryan me auto and the puck through the legs of manning to Rogers at the point where Rogers tried to filter one out front it went hi my **** rhyme he took a swing at it missed yeah I got brought all the way back to center ice by the grips take away their by airforce pitch back in by cook pitch back out by conditions grip will now rather than a cook will track it down the falcons send it right back in play by the goalie Barshefsky try to really run a clear it intercepted along the wall far side and fired in by rhyme you just missed back out to center ice you can rhyme tracks it down there for Air Force here comes wind to manning and the pass was kind of in the egg at the ankles of manning it is the the slow down and turned around to get it he drifted in was offside on the plane earlier this week Atlantic hockey named its players of the month and two of those guys are playing this game Matt Hoover the former for preachers was the player of the month for January the rookie of the month was the air force's branding cook had nine points in eight games in the month of January so of the three players of the monthly by Atlantic hockey we got two of them in this game a stop in front of the group's bench far side of the ice in the neutral zone another chap one by airforce Weigel whistle within going after.

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"norrland" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"norrland" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Swings a wild pass to the left side as they try to attack in transition but the ball goes out of bounds of the hands of Williams turn over there one that runs work would love to have back and the turnover give the ball back to the greyhounds reed Royce some calls off the full court press for now all drugs bird will take a seat and a checking in now Jacobs Lynskey number three for the falcons Colin Norrland left hand dribble to the left side the formation swings at top of the key now to Bushey bushy the Jacobson far side over the hamburger on the left side you can tell that they've been taught swing the ball reversible and will get better looks and when they have done that tonight they've been able to get some good opportunities hello normally goes in for a shot attempt there he's bumped on the way in they're going to call a foul that's going to go against Jonah Williams that is his second follow the game and so Colin Norrland will go to the line he's got six points already tonight one of one from the line and now he's two of two he's got a nice stroke releases the ball nicely office hands get some good backspin on the ball he's gonna be a really good player for these guys just a freshman second free throws good as well the moment is definitely not too big for this for us no julen ski brings the ball up near the time line I'll get that across to.

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Speculations increases that Cole Anthony might not play again in college

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

Speculations increases that Cole Anthony might not play again in college

"So there's growing speculation that Kohl Anthony will not play at North Carolina again. Norrland not sure if you saw it. But here's what our friend and former colleague Sabatini wrote for the athletic earlier this week about Injured lottery picks is co Anthony. lamelo ball in Hampton after spending time in Las Vegas around dozens of NBA people sambo quote the feeling among NBA evaluators. Waiters is that injured guards. Coal Anthony Lamelo ball and RJ. Hampton aren't going to play the rest of the season. It's worth stressing that no final decisions have been made by those players. I and thus it's possible. They will still play scouts and executive. Don't know that Anthony won't suit up again for North Carolina or that Bala Hampton won't play again in the NBA. I'll rather it's. They're working expectation that they're not going to get to see them again. Given their contextual situations the using logic because North Carolina's team around Anthony has struggled with no uh-huh floor spacing and a cluttered lane around him every time he drives into the pain. NBA executives believe that does around. Anthony will stress to him that it's not worth returning that will be especially true if North Carolina loses a lot of games in his absence against a week schedule and this takes itself out of the tournament. Picture norlander do you. I think we've seen coal anthony for the final time in North Carolina uniform. I'll be direct and I'll say no but I had this thought think I expressed only previous podcast if UNC goes on to have significant issues in the ACC and can't even keep its head above water. Call Anthony Projects even with this injury. I won't say universally but a top five pick is completely mm within reality if he does not play again and it would not stunned me. It'd be it'd be a major development element in that you would have in the same season for what I have to believe. Is the first time ever in college. Basketball Ascot Ball to top five level picks in college for eligibility injury. Whatever opting to bail on their college careers to not return and pursue a pro opportunity trinity? which is the which is the? It's like the college bowl. College players sitting out the Bulls taken to to the sixth degree. Basically where it's one thing where if you've been a junior senior in college football you're playing some forgettable bowl on December twenty ninth ninth New Year's Eve or whatever and you're just like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa pack it in here. I'M NOT GONNA chance injury if I think I'm going to be first second or third round pick. It's completely understandable. Aw I would endorse any player that wants to do that. Frankly it's a whole nother level if you are a coal Anthony Type James Wiseman type and you you decide. I'm just GONNA shut it down altogether and simply not returned to competition and GonNa take the stock where I have it right now and hope that my April and May workouts are going to Either steady me or boost me to to a certain spot in the draft so I won't be stunned if it happens. I'm going to say that will not happen. Only because because he's a truly like fierce competitor. I think that he will be better. He'll we'll be back in time to still want to give it a go out that this is GonNa sit well with him having his career kind of sputter out the way that it has. So Oh he's he's nine games deep into a career. I think he'll be back. He'll be playing for Carolina this season and long-term projection is this and we can do a offer. Type flashback if we need to but I'll say that he'll return and one of the most compelling storylines in college basketball when he does return will be if he can be healthy enough and good enough to get an UNC into the tournament. I would lean that way as well. I do think there's two things that would make him less likely to to return or unlikely to return one would be if you just not healthy enough. And if he's not healthy enough. You shouldn't return. That's like you know like this. and He is worth millions of dollars and playing playing at anything. Less than one hundred percent would be foolish. So if he's not healthy enough to return then he won't return shouldn't return anybody trying to criticize him for that would be It'd be misguided criticism the other thing that I think could play a role as you mentioned ballgames for football players. Will you know they don't these football players. They don't sit the College Football playoff. They sit out the cotton bowl and they sit out the Birmingham Bowl and they sit out the liberty bowl but they don't sit out the the games that actually mean something something and so if you want to you know. Make perhaps apples to oranges comparison but still something similar still fruit to fruit I. If coin returns in North Carolina has just lost so much before. He's able to come back that he would be coming back not to try to get North Carolina to the tournament the try to get them to the nit like we're just crystal clear you're not. You're not taking this team to the tournament. At that point. You could go if I'm not playing playing for any. I'm not playing for a trip to the tournament. What am I playing for? Like if you're in Alabama running back and you're playing for a trip to the account coll- to the national championship game. That's worth playing for even if you're a top ten pick if you're just gonNa go to the fiesta. A A different bowl. Anything outside of the College Football playoff. Perhaps that's not worth playing for. I think coli Anthony's approach could be similar if if I can come if if this team is holds it together well enough that I can come back and we can beat Duke twice beat Louisville and go to the tournament. That's worth playing for but but coming back to just play out a schedule that's leading the nowhere because the image to the resume was so significant in my absence that we can't get to the tournament then. I think you could reasonably argue. It's time it's time to just clock out. That's why I think his situation is vastly different than James Wiseman situation. I mean if coal as that he comes back to take North Carolina to the IT. He's just a great talent who played at North Carolina. Like who cares but why has been in theory was set to rejoin the top ten team. And you know if you take memphis to a final four. You're a legend forever in Memphis emphasis. You know they don't have the history of North Carolina or Duke or Kentucky. You any Memphis Fan can can tell you that the starters from all three three final four teams. There's never been a national champion. So you got a chance to go do that. And what is a wide open year to walk away from that I still think is just just just odd and I don't think that he would be walking away from that. So it's why I guess I bought them on it this way. I would understand if North Carolina goes three and five in its next eight games and Co Anthony's cleared to return and he says but you know the numbers are so bad at this point. We're not GONNA be able to get to the incidentally tournament. I'm just going to focus on my pro career. I would understand that a lot a lot a lot more easily than then I can understand James Wiseman walking away when he walked away I would to. UNC seven and five and next four games are at home. The road is after that or pit in Virginia tech I understand. UNC's serious down swell here but I do think that it will be instantly good enough spot. Where provided there there are no further setbacks and you know it's an it's an MC L. It's it's not insignificant by any means? Let's he's gotta get fully healthy here. They're not gonNA put them back on the floor until he is one hundred percent you know. Make the parallel almost to design Williamson. Obviously obviously Except signed Williamson is now being handsomely. Paid and company is not yet I do think the Carolina I'm Projecting Carolina will be still within reach of the tournament by the time he was able to come back. And so that's what will make Make that happen. But we'll wait and see obviously get investments on that story will continue to update up to you talk about it and see where we go from there.

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"norrland" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on Around the NFL

"The radio network with Kyle Allen and undrafted rookie threw for two hundred twenty eight yards two scores. He left with the shoulder injury. But by them the game was in hand the Panthers cruise to thirty three fourteen win over the saints saints playing for nothing and drew Brees was on the sideline Greg. You didn't like the way the saints into their season though. Protect particularly on the defensive. I don't know what to take from it. But all I know something doesn't feel right. When you see Kyle Allen going up and down the field on your starting defense and football's a mysterious game. It's a game of passion. But I saw Cam Jordan out there playing his ass off in tomorrow Davis in Marshon Lattimore, they were playing hard, and there were tough place to be made their entire starting defense was out there as Kyle and lead them to three touchdowns in four scoring drives in every first-half possession. So I dunno. I it's not a big don't think less of them long term. But I think it's fair to say the saints have not been dominant in six weeks. That's just a fact that whether it's been the offense or the last couple of weeks defense hasn't played that. Well, they haven't been looking like the saints from November and October the last five weeks. The fact you rather you rather be they're the best team on paper. They're not right now. But they could they could show up in two weeks and be. Don't think in me. But I just don't think they've played close to a complete game in a while. And I think that I'm sure that makes on Peyton a little uncomfortable. And he was probably surprised teddy Bridgewater in in the saints. Offense can also say that the Rams have been through their ups and downs. Every team the NFC outside of the bears out the Panthers lead Twenty-three nothing at halftime Norrland's. Never been shut out at home in the first half. And that was the teddy Bridgewater start today. And there's a lot of talk about this being a wonderful audition opportunity for Bridgewater entering free agency. We'll see I don't know if it really is going to hurt his value that you probably would have been better if he lit it up and fade out play an drafted Brooke again, I mean a lot of it was the Panthers defensive line dominated and Toronto stead that left tackle was sat in this game in another. Saints offense line was hurt early more for two and they they were bum rushing teddy throughout the game. And actually, he made some pretty pretty nice place. I didn't take too much away from it for him to the New Jersey middle hands Finn. They make a two point conversion snap to Prescott rolling. Right. Throwing jody. Jodi, boys lead with a minute. You as the Shammgod Cowboys radio network. Dak Prescott connected on a two point conversion pass Michael gal that after a thirty two yard fourth down. Touchdown throw a cold. Beasley wonderful catch by Kobe's. Leave the outbound Cowboys thirty six thirty five. Dallas finishes tenant six they host the Seahawks next week in the wildcard playoffs. Really nice fade out there Ricky that was we were on the same wavelength there. And and I really I can't appreciate it enough soundboard gold. You guys are in sync. It's just like magic Marino to ancient poetry. Thank you keep going. Doc Reno to people that Erica doesn't know. Dan Marino is not as van came out first. And I was like. Doesn't Gary mixes it up here in the years where he has had a good Cowboys team. And there wasn't a lot to play for..

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"norrland" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on What's Good Games

"And I didn't really know that obviously with rideaid I did. But then, but this one it just completely solidified it everything going on that world's interesting to me what he was a saloon like the sounds the boards. Make when you walk. All those got good. Oh, yeah. I'm on what you have this on one condition. I never again wanna hear some bullshit about how you don't like to play games with fucking trees. There are a lot of lead. Never fucking again. Are you allowed to bring that shit up because read it as one giant fuck and forest? Not. Let me let me shut. So it is there are a lot of trees. Now. The thing with horizon is that it's very green. And I feel like read that isn't all just like green treasure you. Yes, it is. It's all green. And it's not all green trees. Parts of their snow, the snowy trees, there's the swampy trees. Then there's the planes which are more like grassy Hillary on the rivers. And you know, maybe it's not about the trees, maybe say just don't like horizon. But not like horizon. No. Because I I'm going to disagree and say you didn't play enough of that game to decide if you like, however, you're allowed to say you don't like it just like I'm allowed to say, I don't like Pokemon or I don't like smash right or resume. Right. Well, I can't say because I haven't played omega of allergy being scared in that game scares. It's literally designed scary fundamental or do not like the core base of YoM nation of not having enough bullets not being able to get enough health not being able to move fast enough, which is literally like all the game playing. And so interesting. Yeah. Because I'm thinking about horizon when I think about the trees in horizon, it's all like green lush. And I know that's not the case the part one. It's literally just one Biomed horizon. There's like in the biomass and horizon are wildly different. Right. And they are like red dead on world is the same thing with Odyssey's relief found the character. Interesting. I was very involved interested in the story. I want to see where it was going. But then as soon as I got control, I just lost it. I don't know like machines and games and retrieves, whatever. But those aren't things that interest me, I like, the vast openness of rideaid where you have like you said, you know, there are a lot of trees, but you have different kinds of terrain all throughout and I know that is also the case for horizon, but I feel like I put enough time into that game. I'm like. If you can if you didn't get past the tree level of the Norrland's you didn't put nearly enough time into that game. Why Norrland is one of seven biomass in that game? Right. And so I know what I did do in this into doing games like that. Explore and the chances are I probably spent too much time in the tree land and the tree bio Mike, this is where we going with this. And also think because her Isan has more of like a level gate on it, then red dead. Does that my Kosovar is no level in red dead? Right. There's no I'm saying she like doesn't need to stay in tree land in red dead. She just leave and go to like a different area that looks different. But it's harder to do that in her eyes. And cause you'll get your ass beat. That's my point. She would be locked to the tree. It's like longer more traditional RPG. Yeah. So I was like, maybe I don't know. I'm trying to think of reasons. This is an interesting case study though to be like, what is it about the mechanics of the game that just doesn't jive with you that you're having trouble communicating. We're going to work going to suss this out. Eventually you're at out. I mean, there are treason that's not run. But there's also the western towns, there's all there's all those other things that just like majestic course butts Jessica spots that really bring me in figure this out. We'll get to the bottom of it. No game that I enjoyed playing wanna spend more time in after.

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"norrland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reporters who write critical stories have a tendency to die under mysterious. Circumstances. A few months ago three Russian journalists were murdered when an activist tried to investigate their deaths and potential Kremlin connections. He was poisoned, but survived the committee to protect journalists lists Russia as number eleven on its global impunity index meaning when Russian journalists are killed or attacked. It's rare for anyone to be held accountable all of this violence and intimidation of the media has huge implications for Russians, first and foremost. But Thomas says it also matters to anyone who wants to try to understand the Russian Arctic. He says the media is needed to serve its traditional role here ferreting out corruption and highlighting voices. That would otherwise get drowned out. What do we lose by not knowing more how can affect I dunno decision making policy international relations by just not having the information. I think the most untold stories or the consequences for the locals living in areas where big oil is moving in or where the military start to rebuild their facilities. And and so so the media's role of being the voice of like indigenous reindeer herders that is what what I'm most scared lever. We are lacking. Allege off the map never really we will most likely not. Realize it before it's too late for for many of them. And that is what journalists is all about it's about being inside. And being able to see a story from different perspectives. And that is more difficult to do today in in northern Russia feeling like there's hope for the Arctic. Today, we lose the hope then it's kind of game over. So of course, we we do have hope. As a symbol of their hope and determination, the Barents observer has this Russian toy in their offices. A plastic doll was huge green eyes and around read body. If you try to knock it down at Bob's backup schooled unevenly Oscar music. You cannot tip it over all this race. Again, Thomas Nelson and his colleagues and Kirkenes have stuck a sign on the belly of the doll. That says try to tip over freedom of expression and see what happens you can try to tip over Jerusalem. But we've always come up again. For the world. I'm Amy Martin curcas Norrland. Amy's reporting on climate change in the Arctic comes to us through a partnership with the threshold podcast and with funding support from the Pulitzer center from Iceland and Sweden to Russia and Alaska over the past few weeks, we've been bringing you stories from the Arctic and the people who live there check out our Instagram for a recap of some of the stories and to test your knowledge with our Arctic quiz. We are at PRI the world on Instagram..

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"norrland" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Old men maybe in the early twenties teen late teens. Maybe ten to thirteen bands. They all had named like cool in apprise flashback stop Inc. Vietnam blackmail. The family play. So we would have battles at a bands. We play dances, we play gigs everywhere, wedding, receptions. We did a series of talent shows that the police department was sponsor to to make make community relations and people come up out at audience out what they played words areas. Enormous the most fun we have a head, and they will come up and sing play. And we had to learn if Tina twenty songs, and we learned if we'd never looked at music, of course, most of the times, it was never music. We just learned to music, and we played in we. It was great. I didn't want to join the band. I did when I was twelve I wanted to play jazz. And my dad is the one that say man play in the band. Yeah. He said bad join the band because why because you have to you have to have experiences to to know what something is you can't don't don't cut yourself out of experience when you're young. He was always saying don't take my prejudices develop. You'll. Jay. And I were just kind of like this little two person team. That's the filmmaker and actor Mark do plus one half of another Norrland's brotherhood. We would sleep in j single bed together for like way too late like J at Ardy like gone through puberty. I mean, it was kind of weird. But I think we started to develop this sense of we might try to become artists, and that seems like an impossible thing to do and be financially sustainable, so we better link arms and souls, Mark and Jay do plus both right act and direct sometimes together. Sometimes not they had a pretty standard issue suburban upbringing like mom's home with us well dad's cranking away fifty to fifty five hours a week kind of building the American dream. So like we can one day take vacation that's not in the car like one day fly to vacate. That was like that was like the goal, you know. So what that meant practically for me in Jay is that we didn't have a lot of stuff. Our parents give us a lot of emotional support and a lot of love, but they didn't buy a lot of stuff. So we were very bored. And I think when cable arrived which was like a marker of success. My dad was like where getting cable and way are doing it. That's when HBO came into our lives, and that really lit us up as storytellers because you know, for those of you who don't remember in the in the early to mid eighties. There was no curation as to win a certain kinds of movies were shown they generally leave the Allred movies for the nighttime now, but back then we would come home from school, and you know, it was ordinary people and so forth choice. And and you know, we were just enjoying the hard hitting dramas the late seventies early eighties. And and I think it really shaped a lot of who we were. I'm curious like, so you guys are what you're maybe like ten and Jay's fourteen or something at this point right around right around that age. Yep. Yep. Yet. So you're watching ordinary people and so forth choice, but you're not exactly teen or tween fair. Were you aware that you were outliers in that regard? It was it was still very subconscious because we would take our. Bikes to the streets and still play with the other kids and and play football. They really wanted to talk about Star Wars, and we were fine. And we watch those movies to keep up. But it was this feeling which I think a lot of people have maybe later in high school when you start to realize like, oh, this is not my tribe. I know how to play this game. I know how to talk about the things to get along. But when I go home, I've got my one or two people that really are my tribe, and we're talking about that stuff that that sort of dynamic happened to me in j much earlier than most people talk about it happening. The do plus brothers pretty much built their mental model of a creative life from scratch for Rosanne cash..

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"norrland" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"You couldn't do drills and that was brutal and parents all in straight as you gotta have straight a.'s. Fuck Mr.. Mr. Norrland. Or you can't come here? I don't wanna no dummies here, and he was saying just like that. And if you got a b. or a c. you come to class every day. I wanna see head. You're gonna do jumping jacks, hip escapes. You can do all that. But when I teach the technique and the form and the kata, you gotta sit in the side with three other fucking morons. That that changed a lot of things for people that's a different that's a different time. Discipline and trauma already thinking about my daughter, I'm thinking fifty five. You know, things happen and you have to accept those things. And I was left out in the cold and I want her to be a woman and to all those things. But I also wanted her to know what the street is. Like. I got a friend that I grew up with the Messina's. They're the two whitish chase, you have a same, but Tanya, don't fuck around and target in both daughters, five to Times Square. Let them go and hit just to see the reaction as she goes Bolton, education. And then I asked him why they're going to cop and their original thing was in look, trust, wired, you know, kids see all that. They don't focus on the other stuff. They don't focus on and bills. So I want my daughter to same have that same street. I want to marry. See, I see a Walker, the oil pay attention, both So appeal. I, I talked to her in Spanish. So double like my mom used to talk to me and there was a point where I would go to the park of my mom and my mom would give me hand signals like oria he's touching into much dog. Don't touch, keep them at a distance. You know, I want my daughter to learn how to react again hit. Instead of me when I got hit that day, I went down. I wanted to shock. I want her out. Learn to get hit breeze cruet thankfully thing should we know what to do because I didn't have that. That's why I started this. Making my own lane school, like all these things prepare you for life. Life is fucking tough situation, especially when you wanna do it. You really love because you got a job working out and live your life. But when they when you forward it was sixty finding a gold, watch what you didn't really do what you really want to do. So when you do what you really want to do it, you have to teach whatever I am blown away for all that you have not been involved in martial arts and she were for because you so good with those kids. So when she turns, you know, my my daughter had pre k. was learning karate. The guy was a mutt, Lorraine, JR. I mean, I don't know how this guy put. He was does a month. His picture comes up. Guys fucking, but it was horrible. You don't even try to have on the podcast once I kept watching him and he kept getting Mutley and lovelier like that. Taking showers the school with his head sticking up. You can't be a mutton my voice. Aw, he teaches park. He's got these idiots doing short things. Shit, Michael fights, the fucking sword in how he would. You know what I'm saying, why you know? But he's just a muddy guy, you know. And I try to talk on Monday and here's I, I go. I kinda live in my car like he just but he put these schools together. These little pre k. school which you should be doing and you go on Anna Wednesday, tried to ten a student and you teach them real martial arts. They we jumping around, they would. They would just fucking they would break boards. You would come in with like boards and they all have boards and mercy enjoy too. But no, she knew what the fuck it was for, and I can't talk that way. So I sat down when they Bruce Lee. Movie as she was fucking watching that Chinese connection seen, and she was watching me. She's like, this is okay, but then she went away and then sometimes the US's on she'll sit with me. But she does like when the women fight. So it might have? No, I can't really. And then we watch glory. One day..

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"norrland" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Hey, there it's Wednesday, September, fifth, two thousand eighteen welcome back to the eye on college basketball podcast, Matt Orlando is here with me. Hope you guys had a nice Labor Day weekend. Hope you enjoy the first weekend of college football, hope he didn't flip out on any women like Nick Sabin Norrland. What's up with that? You still wait on that baby to arrive still waiting on the baby to arrive and Lydia. Last night we we get into like we're really getting down to this, right? I don't know if it's boy if it's real. So get into some names here and can I before we get into the college stuff going talk about? Can I just give you the names that she tossed out and she eliminated, I want since you know that these names will not be the name of my child. You can give me an honest response, whether you think that they are good names are bad names. Okay. In obviously this goes without saying that ultimately the decisions going to be hers, but I'm really trying my damndest to to get one that we both really, really like. So girls wise, here's what I did. I looked up a whole bunch and then I looked up how popular they were. So what I did not realize was Charlotte is like skyrocketing up these charts. Charlotte is so popular that it had to get knocked out. What are your thoughts? My mother-in-law's I may. I love the name, but it's it's funny how those things things work. It's so popular at this point that it's too popular. Same thing with Emily. I didn't think Emily would be as popular as it is. But it ranks twelfth as of two thousand seventeen according to the United States social security database. What are your thoughts on Emily? I like him elites nice sort of clean, simple..

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"norrland" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"What are some of these misconceptions? And you've done the largest study now of millionaires across the country, and you realize that, oh, most millionaires are just normal people who made some really good decisions with their money year after year after year? No, you're right. I mean, that's why we're titled the book everyday millionaires because it's everyday people. It's not someone that's making a million dollars a year. This is someone that has a net worth. So we're talking network millionaires. So when you look at your assets minus your liabilities at the end, you have an net worth of a million or more and that can happen with you paying off your home that can happen with you have no four one k. or four, three b. So it's the coma nation of a lot of work, but they're mid surrounding it. People think, well, I've got. To make a move Norrland come, no, you don't. We've even found in our research that you don't even have to make a six figure income. It's a matter of having a plan being intentional. So again, I'm going back to coach people to help them to understand its vailable, right? The American dream is still alive and it's bailable. We just have to move in the right direction and use the right tools. You are great Coachman when I really appreciate about retired inspired how you kept coming back to these football references Josh's basketball fan. I'm a huge football fan, so I really, I really caught onto those. But you know, my whole my whole life. I've heard people say, you know, life is a game and treat it as a game. And I think I looked at that indie competitive sense. And after I kind of like just shoot that advice away, like I'm not going to treat life like a game, not going to try and be better than people. But when you start using those football references, what I realize is that you can treat life. You could treat your own life as if it is a bit of a game. Meaning when I think about what. It takes a good football player. Well, you've got to get the practice. Sometimes you gotta do two days. You got to eat, right. You got all these little things you can do. If you really, really excellent football player. It's the same thing with our finances. They're all these small things and big things we can do to be great at our finances. And I think the biggest thing, one of the biggest misconceptions that people have is is when it comes to the stock market. In fact, my my little sister. Sorry, I'm calling out here Libya earlier today. She was like telling her about you and I'm like, oh, man, you're gonna because she's twenty two years old. I'm like me and you're gonna love. Chris. He's got great advice his, he's going to help you retire..

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"norrland" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"I mean, all the cyclist who were in the middle or enjoy. The the drafting and then the back. And then of course to be fair. I mean, they're going to be wanting to cycle in and out through the front to take their turn. You know, pulling, you know, it's, it's not a free lunch, you know, unless you're just sitting in the back the whole time, of course, your chances of crashing are higher. If you're sitting in the back, right? Well, Neal in Lance, had some further thoughts on drafting. So let's check out what they have to say in this next clip. I don't ride bikes or draft off of people. So I know what drafting is intellectually because I can calculate it, but I once tested this. So I don't recommend people do this because it was a little bit dangerous, but I'm going to be good. I. So when I first got the kind of car that tells you what kind of gas mileage you're getting right now, it's standard, but this was a big deal. This is data that I can now see the car is doing. And so if you really flooring it, your guests miles drops. You're getting two miles a gallon now because you really spewing out the gas to all right. And if you're coasting down a hill, you're goes through like incident because you're moving and you're not pressing. The pedal kept essentially. All right, so, but on level ground, you get the accurate measurement of your of your miles per gallon. Okay. So I decided to pull up behind a truck and I got closer and closer to the truck, nine kind of unsafe closeness to it. And while I was there. I just watched the gas mileage go up. I was getting twenty miles a gallon, thirty miles a gallon at fifty miles an hour, sixty miles a gallon, and there I was on level ground. Wow. I felt like I was just floating in the cars fascinating bit of metrics there. Yeah, but think about the times that somebody's been on a road trip, right? Then this exact and and you know, they've, they've passed the exit for the gas station and the the light comes on all of a sudden they're not finding a gas station, the smartest thing they can do and they're trying to figure out where is the next gas station. They can't turn around because they're, you know, they don't know if it's ten miles or fifty miles the smartest thing they can do do exactly what you just said. Just get as close as you can do an eighteen Wheeler and just get sucked along until you get to the gas station. I mean, I, I've done that. I thought I like discovered a new thing. Well, I I wasn't trying to figure out the actual drafting. I'm just trying to get to the gas station, so so drafting a so. So blase to you now you just you use it just for other things. Right. Not to win a race. You can draft and running the Olympic marathon. They running so fast thing about that. They're running, but there somebody's gonna somebody's gonna roll minute mile. Somebody's gonna run a two hour marathon. Yeah, that's thirteen miles an hour. Yeah. Yeah. It's almost a formative mind that is fast. So at thirteen miles an hour, I don't care if you're if you're crawling running Ryden you're drafting so that you see those guys, they all there's that pack Pakistan pack it added. I'm running abreast to one another to not even running a line running into a teardrop just like just like a bike race. So we lived one sing. Yes. If we go on a road trip, Neal is not allowed to drive. Yes, that doesn't sound like the best road safety of ever heard. Yeah, without a doubt, we've also learned that neither Neil degrasse Tyson Norrland Armstrong are good at gauging the mileage of car, so yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's like. So what other applications of drafting do you see in other sports, Eric, or have you? Have you studied that? Well, certainly NASCAR. I mean, any kind of sport with the cars racing, you're going to see them tuck very, very close in behind each other. And that's where you could get into some fights. Someone's drafting too much. They could trade a little paint in their exchange of words, so to speak to try to get some sort of difference because we are talking a much shorter so kit than something to to fronts evening..

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"norrland" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on The Starters

"I guess thunder fans that are you well the year before we made the postseason without shrimp and then i wouldn't argue that though i don't think i think that was a special special year and in the east i mean okay if lebrons their cavs celtics lock raptors magin you they're still lock their their squads the same philly lock heat heat is interesting it's probably i would still think there are into area so then we're getting down there list buck should be wizard so i guess probably a tough question yeah let's hear from you guys next one from jared dryden knows ken hockey joke for anyone if teams could only convince lebron to join based on their hometown signature food what city would be able to make the best case norrland's and philly come to mind that's again at jeered dryden who's pitching lebron only on food suddenly like house carbs here signature food is just mean one dish because when he says new orleans what does he mean couldn't tell you what what you mean does he mean a lot you have to go one of those oysters that we had those baked oysters what what are we are we gonna gonna make make our our own own got an answer food guy here i mean i'm having trouble i mean the thing with philly is like generally people people from from philly don't talk about the cheese steak in the same way that people tourist outside think about stick so i'm not sure it's philly okay gimme a signature food how 'bout barb niamh ss barbecue.

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"norrland" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Now we're gonna talk about anything else going on the world of basketball and anything else that's been crossing my mind as far as basketball goes all right so let's get into that markets cousins okay he's in the news bit bad reasons or good reasons i guess but more so his little social media activity you know that the media it's left check that stuff and it seems like he unfold the pelicans and all that and i mean we see that all the demarcus cousins is going to be a free agent this year so obviously it seems that demarcus cousins has the attitude of going warm going to get paid and rightfully so all right and it seems like norrland's doesn't really have an advantage at getting cousins i guess okay and would mortgage cousins are mean he's had a very very weird nba career okay how old is the markets cousins right now right because that would really help as far as just him as a player and all that all right feel like he's been a leaf white sometimes only been league for twenty seven right now all right so you had marcus cousins is currently twenty seven coming off of an achilles injury i thought he was a whole lot older so i thought that it kills injury affect them a whole lot more but i mean fact of the matter is i mean age whether younger weather these old is some footer okay and.

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"norrland" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on Around the NFL

"The super bowl will make a return to norrland's and it has not been there since super bowl forty seven which was five years ago now ravens forty niners this'll be fifty seven and fifty eight so might like that those are the numbers yeah it sounded low but i didn't know how i yeah that's too long in between super bowls for new orleans and you let air pass them but i shouldn't i shouldn't be upset because the ultimate answer here is that new orleans is getting another i think they should have one every three years or so but this gives me another big goal when i started at the nfl my first goal was to make it to that super bowl that was a couple years now my next goal make it the twenty twenty four can we do it well that's something to shoot for maybe they ended up because famously the last super bowl new orleans had the power outage which was unprecedented and if you were at the game as you and i were my father went to his first super bowl he was sitting next to simone cecil remarks wipe when the lights went off i will never forget the fear that there was potentially a terrorist attack that was scary as hell i remember and a lot of other people felt the same thing it was not thankfully my guess is that maybe a little ten year penalty i don't they and maybe an agile by energy energy that's the that's the tower cup yeah bad job and i was thinking the same thing who is the most influential powerful wellknown owner in the nfl maybe outside robert kraft jerry jerry jones they had the super bowl the two thousand ten season did not go well there were some issues and now we're going to go on up to what fifteen years at least i don't know if they're getting back to dallas that was they got the draft as maybe like this is what you get now but that's to me is a really telling that jarrow world which was the most celebrated new stadium ever in the nfl got.

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"norrland" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on House of Carbs

"That's sounds delicious and what about the the freshwater version i i read a story about you and accomplice on a small crass going down the mississippi river from louisville to to norrland's it sounded like one or both of y'all were basically sleeping in a casket every night yeah when i was captain ted who was who took the majority of that trip and what i was doing was reenacting and proving a couple of theories that i had my theory was the reason that bourbon proliferated in kentucky or why ninety percent of the bourbon comes from kentucky today where can be made anywhere in the united states it wasn't what most people think it is which is the limestone water or the fluctuation in temperatures because people started to still in west of the appalachian mountains after the whiskey tax was enacted and they didn't wanna pay taxes and behind the appalachian mountains there is a huge limestone shelf so anyone in tennessee kentucky georgia indiana vania they were all distilling with that limestone water kentucky had the route to me tomorrow to take that bourbon and floated down the rivers system down to new orleans where it was either offloaded they're put on ships and sailed around the streets of florida and up the east coast back to where there was a population philadelphia new york and boston and what happened was whiskey age for the first time during that trip and in my mind the whiskey transformed into bourbon for the first time during that trip and that's with the maturation started and so i wanted to reenact that and i did it is historically as possible.

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"norrland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For that one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six saved a couple of minutes on the back end is there anything that you want to get to be checked the fall examined look for quite some time let's go to pittsburgh you i love the berg love pittsburgh speaking of pittsburgh about the weighty clones we had two ladies on the atp and now we've got one on the phones sarah in pittsburgh it's great to have you sarah how are you form i'm brian lara repairable cold but i was listening to you this morning and that cheered me up and i just wanted to tell you that i am so sorry you're not on the mighty 1090 anymore five i love you and they think your show is fantastic and i've been listening since my kid was in third grade and he's now twenty eight so you're the best that is so awesome i'm sorry that you have a cold i'm sorry they don't feel so great you know hit that was some vitamin c maybe some economic asia you know you know what to do sarah it'd be great thank you very much that's always nice i'm sorry you're not on the mighty 1090 but i love you and i love the show and i've been listening since my kid was in third grade and now he's 28 come on sarah dopey dating you or me like that should say guy you know i love you and i love your show and i've been listening since my kid was in third grade and now he's in fourth grade about that all of my kids listened to your program or no my kids and they're friends all listen to the program and they're all twenty one all right sara thank you very much pittsburgh coming up big they were even before we start the simulcast that's also simulcast thing coming down to the end of it in case you missed it we had matt norrland or on in our number one we talked about the problems facing college basketball in this kind of interesting he made the point that you.

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"norrland" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

43:14 min | 3 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"norrland" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"norrland" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Sandwich shop um in the irish channel neighborhood of norrland's kind of sleepy for for new orleans and it's it's weird right julia it's a weird kind of funk key uh the chef mason here is crazy the only thing is better at the making sandwiches is inline skating that's i mean it that says anything done hold that against him um it you know it's counter service you walk in and they're blasting whatever hiphop or whatever like bad 80s music um if guy crazy tattoos there's pictures of all the salt and pepper shakers are um you know little cartoon figuring said his mother had collected for him on ebay um and you sit you order and then you sit down in your sandwich comes and it's just like time stops for a minute it's like the most amazing food experience i think both julian i had and it just happened to be a sandwich for me it was something caught a collared green melt so as loosely based on a patty mel um it was praised greens it it better than any southern restaurant i've had there is a kind of a spicy russian meets permitted cheese dressing um this kind of beautiful cole sol made with dukes mayonnaise which they go through more dukes man as than one would ever think um and then it's a triple decker sandwich on rai and just the way it comes together and you eat it it stays together it it's better than any patty mount of had is better than any army on rai of ever had and it just happens to be a vegetarian sandwich at the same time i could talk about the baloney sale clutch laudable on a sandwich so the baloney sandwich.

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